Reading 3-1 West Bromwich Albion

Michael Hector

Match-winner Michael Hector sealed for Chelsea in a summer though is behind on loan during Reading

Championship Reading came from behind to acquire a startle FA Cup fifth-round win over Premier League West Brom.

Darren Fletcher non-stop a scoring for a divided side by drilling a low shot from inside a area into a corner.

Reading’s equaliser came by Paul McShane, who powered in a header. He could also have scored in a initial half though shot narrowly wide.

Michael Hector nodded in a second for a hosts, before surrogate Lucas Piazon stroked in a third late on.

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Not Reading a script

Reading’s unsuitable deteriorate sees them distortion 15th in a second tier, with small wish of reaching a play-off places.

Manager Steve Clarke was discharged progressing in a debate and former Royals trainer Brian McDermott was brought back. Although he has struggled to make an impact in a league, McDermott has guided a bar to their fourth FA Cup quarter-final in 7 seasons.

The industrious Hal Robson-Kanu missed dual transparent opportunities – a first-half header was sloping over by Baggies screw Ben Foster and he shot agonisingly far-reaching after using transparent in damage time.

Despite descending behind, a hosts continued to conflict and warranted their prerogative by dual set pieces, both of that were headed home, as good as a orderly taken third.

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